“I’m so excited to see you guys this weekend”- Sasha Banks publicly tweets for the first time ever since her Raw walk-out amid WWE release rumours

The Boss Sasha Banks will be a part of the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo this weekend and she's publicly tweeted ot her excitement.

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Sasha Banks
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The Blueprint Sasha Banks has been in talks for a while now alongside her former Tag-team partner Naomi who allegedly walked-out of Monday Night Raw few months ago to what WWE termed their deed as “unprofessional”. But let’s now talk about how they got released and what the reasons were for the walk away as everyone is now well familiar of those details. Today we’ll gonna discuss The Boss’ next public appearance which she’s going to make this weekend at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2).

The C2E2 is a fan convention extravaganza dedicated to genres like pop-culture, amine, novels, graphics and many more. This year’s event will be emanating from the McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. The former Smackdown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks finally broke her silence from her social media drought and tweeted out for the first time ever since that infamous walk-out alongside Naomi. She said, “I’m so excited to see you guys this weekend!!! I love you”.

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Sasha Banks is one of the best female wrestlers of the modern era

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Sasha Banks and Naomi at Wrestlemania 38

The Mandalorian Sasha Banks was one of the most successful superstar on the entire women’s roster during her time with WWE considering the fact that she’s not with the company anymore right now as confirmed by multiple sources. She also main-evented Night 1 of Wrestlemania 37 alongside Bianca Belair where she lost her Smackdown Women’s Championship against the EST of WWE in a glorious women’s main-event contest.

Banks had one of the greatest women’s rivalry over the years against The Queen Charlotte Flair during 2016 where both horsewoman fought in a tremendous and unmatched series of matches including a 30-minute Iron Man match and a brutal Hell in a Cell match. Their classic feud was heavily praised among the wrestling community and they genuinely kicked-off the women’s revolution in WWE.

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